The AW 19 

  

 

 

This single engine, two seat, general purpose and torpedo carrying biplane was built as a private venture to Air Ministry Specification G4/31.  The aircraft first flew on 28th February 1934 and although many hours of test flying were spent, no production order ensued and the specification was cancelled.

 

 

 

 

Power Plant:   One Armstrong Siddeley Tiger VI 810 h.p. double row air cooled radial engine.
     
Dimensions:  

Span             49 ft. 8 in.

Length          42 ft. 2 in.

Height           13 ft.

Wing Area    654.2 sq. ft.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weight:

 

8,750 lb. A.U.W. as Torpedo Carrier.

7,250 lb. A.U.W. as General Purpose or Day Bomber.

4,298 lb. Empty.

367 lb. Military Load (Fixed).

 

Performance:

 

Without Torpedo:              Max. Speed at 6,500 ft       175 mph.

                                            Climb to 15,000 ft.              12.5 min.

 

With Torpedo:                   Max. Speed at 6,500 ft       160 mph.

                                           Climb to 15,000 ft.               23.0 min.

 

Armament:

 

1 Vickers gun firing forward.

1 Lewis gun on a ring in rear cockpit.

Racks for up to 1,000 lb. of bombs.

Provision for an 18" torpedo.

   

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